[Biojava-l] library for running blast and formatdb
Tue, 14 Jan 2003 09:48:27 -0500
On 1/14/03 4:56 AM, "Thomas Down" <email@example.com> wrote:
This has been written a million times before! It exists as a very nice
package on the jakarta apache web site in the "commons" called Digester.
Take a look.
> On Tue, Jan 14, 2003 at 09:40:02AM +1300, Schreiber, Mark wrote:
>> I notice there is a Object call AppBeanRunner that appears to make an
>> object from an XML file then instantiate it. Is it intended for the type
>> of activity below or something else?
> Possibly. The AppBean stuff is very simple, rather generic:
> <bean jclass="org.example.Foo">
> <string name="hello" value="Boo!" />
> <boolean name="isTesting" value="true" />
> <bean name="bar" jclass="org.example.Bar">
> <int name="prop1" value="42" />
> <set name="messages">
> <string value="Hello" />
> <string value="Goodbye" />
> It's something I wrote a *long* time ago, and use as a quick'n'dirty
> way of configuring some of my applications. The two you might have
> come across are the Eponine trainer and Dazzle DAS server. As I say,
> it's quite old, and I'm not that happy about the format (although
> I've not seen anything similar which handles collections so nicely).
> I don't think I'd really advise it for new projects unless you either
> like it, or need something that works very quickly. SOAP-ENC probably
> makes more sense these days.
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